Joomla! is the Best Free CMS and Best Open Source CMS by 2021 CMS Critic Awards

Best Free CMS: While Joomla makes it a routine to win among the key CMS Critic awards in the past, this season, we’ve bent up and won two awards!

In December 2021, everybody was asked to appoint their favorite platform across some groups, using the top three nominees being selected and featured for general voting.

On March 29th, 2022, CMS Critic announced that Joomla! won Best Free CMS and finest Free CMS.

Here’s what the CMS Critic People’s Choice Awards had to say of Joomla winning the awards:

‘Best Free CMS: Joomla’

Best Free CMS

‘Surprised that Joomla transported this category? You shouldn’t be. They have cultivated a passionate group of followers having a rising fervor for their favorite platform. Joomla retains a powerful community of free users, which makes it among the top most popular cms on the planet – and champion in our “Best Free CMS” category’

Best Open Source CMS: Joomla

Regardless of the far-casting shadow of WordPress, Joomla won big using its community – in no small part to the ongoing purchase of innovation. Actually, 2021 saw a number of additional features put into the “Best Free CMS” platform, such as the Joomla! 4. release with notable enhancements. We wish to congratulate the Joomla team of developers on their own win in 2 groups.’

Other winners who the Joomla community voted for are:

Best E-Commerce Solution: Hikashop

This was a interesting one, however the individuals have spoken: HikaShop, the e-commerce solution for Joomla, was triumphant over two worthy competitors – WooCommerce and PrestaShop. As the competition was tight, there have been surprisingly more fans in the Joomla community tossing their support within the ring.

And a regular topic in Joomla User Groups (Jugs)

Best Website Builder: YOOtheme

Always a perennial fan favorite, the “Best Website Builder” category has changed to incorporate some amazing tools which are getting progressively simpler to make use of. This season, the crown would go to YOOtheme – the most popular page builder for WordPress and Joomla. While other popular platforms like Webflow and Gantry were within the running, YOOtheme won by helping cover a big margin. Congratulations to the community of fans that made YOOtheme a champion!

Thank you to our volunteers and Joomla! enthusiasts who voted for us once again.

#Joomla4All

See the full list of winners in all categories on the CMS Critic Website.

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